Friday, July 17, 2009

Skywatch Friday - Whampoa Part 3-Fishing

My skywatch is still in Whampoa Estate. This canal leads to the open sea.

Can you spot a man fishing in the above photo? He is at a corner. Look at the below photo for a closer look at the man. I wonder if he ever catch any fish?

For other sky watchers, please hop over to Skywatch blog.

Please return tomorrow for interesting post on the market place in whampoa estate.

16 comments:

alicesg said...

I might be late in publishing your comments cause wont be able to be on computer till night (sg time). Thanks for visiting and have a nice weekend. :)

Photo Cache said...

There is so many interesting spots in Singapore. It's brimming with fascinating places, considering its small size. Enjoy the weekend Alice.

Secret Mom Thoughts said...

Great skywatch shots. Nice blue skies. Hope he caught a fish.

erin said...

happy thursday alice.
a lovely capture of the canal and sky.
have a great weekend.

M.Kate said...

Yes...I wonder too if there are any fishes there at all, happy weekend :P

fashion jewelry said...

This place is so beautiful

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

They call it fishing for a reason, as opposed to calling it catching.

Island Rambles Blog said...

I love the man fishing, wonder what he gets???, nice blog also....Happy Sky Watch and have a great weekend

Guy D said...

Excellent photos as always Alice!

Have a great weekend
Guy
Regina In Pictures

J Bar said...

Nice sunny day.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

the donG said...

oh i think he will catch something. not sure if it's something that has life though.

Anya said...

Nooooo
He never catch any fish on that way
LOL
Great shots Alice :)
The sky here
is dark and grey today :(

Eric(SWF Holland) said...

The first one is a great composition, well done!!

Have a nice SWF

Greatings from NL

Rambling Woods said...

I see him fishing..Would he then eat what he caught Alice?

Louise said...

I didn't see him in the first photo. I love the reflections off the water.

alicesg said...

I am not sure if he caught a fish. But I read papers some people caught some real fish in these canals but the fishes have kind of muddy smell so they can only fried the fish instead of steaming them. Once I caught a fish in the open sea, it wasn't very big...lol and when I bought it home, my mother steam it for dinner. I dont even dare to eat it...lol. I wondered why?